Image credit: Selfridges Denim Studio way finding
Most of us have spent a lifetime on a quest to find the perfect pair of jeans, however, this year the search may finally be over. Selfridges have introduced their all-new ‘Denim Studio’, the size of two Olympic swimming pools and stocking over 11,000 styles.Share on :
So Tesco is in the press again, this time recalling a book from their website that was wrongly categorised for 5 – 8 year olds. The book in question is a colouring-in book that depicts images from classic 18 certificate horror films. The front page is an image of actress Janet Leigh screaming as she is stabbed to death in Psycho’s infamous shower scene.Share on :
Traditionally fish and meat have been man’s main source of protein – but apparently there are more people wanting steak and sushi than farming and fisheries can afford to support. Unfortunately we can’t simply cut out protein- it’s an essential nutrient, forming the building blocks human tissue.Share on :
Coca-Cola but you can call me Coke. This summer we want to make things a bit more personal, that’s why we’re sharing the Coca-Cola experience with every Tom, Dick and Harry…. and Jasmine, Megan and Tracey. After all sharing is caring.Share on :
A reflection of the time-poor lives we lead or maybe just the monumental effort it takes to lift spoon to mouth in the mornings, the new liquid breakfast category could be the next to break in the UK.Share on :
There’s more to Chris Brown than relationship counselling with on-off girlfriend Bejan R&B princess Rihanna. It seems another big passion of Chris’ are cars and pimping them beyond recognition.Share on :
Sir Richard’s previous attempts to ‘bring sexy back’ to Virgin airlines have had varying degrees of success.
Not long after the introduction of Virgin Atlantic’s sibling ‘Little Red’, the customer centric airline has added another string to their bow with an inflight dating service. This will allow passengers to play cupid and anonymously send beverages to one anotherShare on :
At least, when Heston Blumenthal’s in charge it isn’t.
Having recently been lucky enough to visit The Fat Duck - the restaurant which first made the mad scientist famous - it’s clear that no one needs teach Heston about the importance of delivering a brand experience through every single touchpoint.Share on :
Quote: Anna Wintour
Putting on a Catwalk show at the main London Fashion Week venue does not suddenly elevate the credibility of supermarket label to the heights of haute couture. But when Tesco debuted F&F’s AW13 collection last week at Somerset House, they did a pretty good jobShare on :
Image credit: Roman Coppola, Nokia Lumia 920 Ad
A bride and groom stand at the altar, eyes gleaming, before we are introduced to the wedding party separated by aisle and choice of phone – Apple or Samsung. Arguments turn to aggression, giving way to a full on fight, in which every prized feature of iPhones and Samsung smartphones are mocked. I challenge even the greatest fanatics not to bear a grin, regardless of what they own.Share on :
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… or is it a bore?” That’s what the head of creative services at Braun once said to me when I presented some stripped back Dieter Rams inspired pack design concepts for a men’s shaving range to her. Did she have a point, in our pursuit of a clean minimal aesthetic had we gone to far, had we lost some emotional engagement?Share on :
A sad week for the design community last week with the news that Storm Thorgerson, one of the most influential album cover designers of all time, has passed away aged 69. The designer behind Pink Floyd’s iconic album covers, he pioneered the design of the LP sleeve into an art form, so much so that he was known as the sixth member of the band because of his close friendship and collaboration with them through the late sixties onwards.
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